Adam Heater, the 6-5, 245-pounder from Snohomish (Wash.) High who committed to UCLA past spring, is having a good senior season. He's scheduled his official visit to UCLA. Plus, there may be another big-time player from the Northwest in town the same weekend..."> Adam Heater, the 6-5, 245-pounder from Snohomish (Wash.) High who committed to UCLA past spring, is having a good senior season. He's scheduled his official visit to UCLA. Plus, there may be another big-time player from the Northwest in town the same weekend...">

Update on Adam Heater

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1178264">Adam Heater</a>, the 6-5, 245-pounder from Snohomish (Wash.) High who committed to UCLA past spring, is having a good senior season. He's scheduled his official visit to UCLA. Plus, there may be another big-time player from the Northwest in town the same weekend...

Adam Heater, 6-5, 245, Snonomish (Wash.) High, received his dream scholarship from the UCLA staff after their one-day camp over the summer. He committed to the Bruins over an offer from Oregon and also claims that Arizona State was very close to offering. Since committing, it has been much quieter around the Heater household. "Everyone has pretty much backed off since I committed to UCLA," said Heater. "I still receive letters here and there but I haven't had any phone calls this month."

With less distractions, the nation's no.32 tight end prospect has been able to focus on his senior year. "We are doing well right now. After losing our first two games we have won five straight."

Heater has six catches on offense and 40 tackles, three sacks, and a fumble recovery on defense.

He has witnessed his future team many times this fall. "UCLA is playing really good right now. I know they are surprising a lot of people and I hope they continue to do that."

Heater has scheduled his visit to Westwood for the weekend of December 17th and believes he will be accompanied on the trip with another famed recruit. "Coach Cable told me that they have a guy from Portland coming in with me. He also said there is a player from Fresno coming. We are all his recruits so he wants to bring us in the same weekend."

The tight end said he believes the Portland player is the nation's #6 defensive tackle prospect, Ndamukong Suh. He was not sure who the Fresno player was. Scout.com will be catching up with Suh to see if it is true he will make the trek to UCLA that weekend.

Heater carries a 3.0 core GPA and scored a 1000 on his SAT.


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